A scrappy little on-ear headphone that claims to be the culmination of 40 years of audio engineering, the NAD Viso HP30 retails for $229. But at this price, it’s competing with the likes of the Sennheiser Momentum Series, and the Audio Technica ES770H. So how does it compare to the competition in terms of sound?
NAD Viso HP30 Review
The HP30 comes with two cables in the box, including one with an iOS-compatible in-line mic and remote to control playback and volume. There’s also a nylon carrying case and an airline adapter.